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    201 KB BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)02:09 No.7501850  
    Last night's thread:

    The Fiddle is your bread, and your voice is your butter. You tell stories and sing song, to entertain is your livelihood...

    Well it's getting close to sunset now and the evening crowd is starting to show up. You have about an hour before its time for you to play, and you've invited most of the village to attend. As you sit down to eat you dinner, your payment from the Tavern Owner for tonight's show, you pause to think about what kind of songs you will play tonight.
    Tabby walks into the Tavern and waves at you. "Hey there! I know I'm early... but I was wantin' to ask you somthin."
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)02:13 No.7501895
    Yay! You came back!

    I say we dig in to the meal (what is it?) and ask Tabby what's on her mind.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)02:16 No.7501947
    Tabby was the big girl from the shop right? What's she want?
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)02:46 No.7502015
    You tuck into your meal, hot potatoes and gravy with roast beef, you better play well tonight, and gesture for Tabby to sit.
    "Well... I was... I was wondering... Well... Would you take me with you? When you leave? I've always wanted to see the world and I'm an adult now... but I wouldn't know a Dwarf from an Elf. I've never been farther then Old Man Stevensons field before. But you've seen so much and I... I wanna come!" She seems embarrassed.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)02:48 No.7502046
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    We need to win a Shiny Fiddle made of Gold.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)02:52 No.7502083
    Bad luck OP. 4Chan crappy out probably drove a bunch of people away. It'll be a little while until they come back.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)02:59 No.7502172
    Any reason NOT to take her with us? We could use a traveling buddy. besides, shes a BIG girl. We could probably use the protection as well.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:04 No.7502223
    Ops gone guys.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:05 No.7502230
    More mouths to feed, we'll have to split our earnings. Does she bring anything positive to the show? Otherwise we're better off solo.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)03:08 No.7502254
    Am not.
    Tabby is a Big Girl a full head and a half taller then you and built along to lines of... well someone who does a lot of physical labor every day. She is also able to read and write, as can you, and has basic shop-keeping skills.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:12 No.7502308
    I say we should take her. Give her a club or an axe or something?
    Shes has "basic shop keeping skills" which probably means she can Barter better then us.
    We flirted the price of that knife down, but we're bound to find female shop-keeps sooner or later.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:14 No.7502326
    I have sweet lesbian sex with the big girl
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:16 No.7502364
    Not right now! You have a gig in less then an hour!
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:20 No.7502405
    What will our Fiddle think?!
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)03:27 No.7502484
    You stop to consider the pros and cons of taking Tabby with you. It gets lonely on the road... but You make little money as is. Plus Tabby looks like she eats a lot.
    You tell her she can come with you, but only if she pulls her own weight. "YES MISS! I will! Promise! I just have to tell papa... but that can wait until after the show."
    You finish up your meal and look out the window. The Sun is setting, it's time for you to play. The Tavern isn't packed, but there are a lot more people here.
    Now what kind of song to start out with...
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:31 No.7502542
    Elisabeth is a classy lady. I think she'll understand.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:31 No.7502543

    I suggest we start off with a light-hearted tune for a couple of songs, work our way down into a somber tune for another two or three and end with a feverishly energetic song on the last one (cheer them up, easy let down, end with a big "FUCK YEAH" sorta feeling).
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:34 No.7502579
    Middle, slow, fast?
    Sure. this is the dinner crowd anyway.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:35 No.7502599
    It'll be good to have her with us. A suggestion for tonight's last song:

    "Outside the door, across the hills, the road is rolling on
    So drink with me tonight my friends, tomorrow I'll be gone.
    The food is good, the fire warm, I wish that I could stay
    but the grave that waits at my life's end is dug too far away.
    We walk to our ends, every one, and when we've finally died
    We'll know the only wealth worth having was a friend to walk beside."
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)03:42 No.7502693

    The idea is that we play our second-best song first and our best song for last. This is how most bands operate at concerts; start off with a bang and end with them wanting you to come back for more.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)03:43 No.7502704
    After a quick tune up, you step in front of the crowd. After a few moments of elbowing and yelling at each other, they settle down and wait. The young Apprentice from the blacksmith stands and waves at you from the back.
    You start off light. A little ditty you heard in a farming village a few years back about a farmer looking for his cow. After a few slower drinking songs, which half the tavern joins in, you slow things down a little. You crack a few jokes, "No no no, the corn has it's OWN ears!" and then play a few love songs. Some of the couples in the bar scoot a little closer to each other. You notice the Tavern Owner and his wife sitting side by side holding hands.
    Finally your strings screech loudly as you begin playing your ending music. Your fingers fly and dance as you spin and shout. The crowd laughs and a few of them start dancing too. Most of them fall over due to the speed and their intoxication, but the crowd loves it.
    As you wrap it up inspiration hits. Looking over at Tabby, you make up a tune as you go. You'll have to write this down later.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)04:11 No.7502824
    Servers are acting up so this might be odd for people to play, though I suggest we trudge on.

    As for what to do now maybe ask the crowd if they have any request for a type of song they'd like to hear (drinking songs, happy songs, energetic/dancing songs) or if they'd like for us to tell some tales of "daring do" and heroes of yester-year.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)04:44 No.7502943
    ... Is this thing working now?
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)04:46 No.7502956

    I think the board is back to normal. I've been posting on other threads.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)04:47 No.7502966
    Anybody left that wants to continue?
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)04:51 No.7502989
    I would, for sure
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)04:51 No.7502993
    I play "the fields of athenry"
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)04:58 No.7503001
    I would too.
    >> northern /k/ommando 01/09/10(Sat)05:00 No.7503016
    play devil went down to georgia.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)05:00 No.7503017
    Alrighty then.

    You finish for the night after taking a few requests. It is getting late and the crowd is starting to go home. You are pleasantly surprised to find your hat filled with coins. Mostly copper, but you think you see a few silver in there.
    All in all it looks like you made 14 silver's worth of money. VERY surprising, given the size of this town. If you spent your money VERY wisely and are VERY frugal, you can get about 7 days out of each silver... but as long as you aren't stupid with it you can get at least 4 out of each.
    But where to stay the night?
    >> delusional kopite !Pi/g1F.geE 01/09/10(Sat)05:00 No.7503018
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    This is what happens when you successfully complete Bard Quest
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:08 No.7503043
    The town has an Inn doesn't it? it might be nice to sleep in a real bed for once.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:10 No.7503061
    Let's get a room for the night and start fresh the next morning to go shopping for supplies.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:24 No.7503107
    Yeah, assuming the Inn doesn't charge an arm and a leg rest there for the night. In the morning we can try and get more supplies for the road. Who knows, maybe Tabby will come with some supplies of her own?

    Also we should talk to Miranda in the morning. See if she has heard of any recent bandit, goblin or kobold activity in the area we should try to avoid, and how far of a journey is it to the next two towns (Haven and... Armesion I think they were).
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:25 No.7503116
    Maybe we could talk the paladin we met earlier into coming along with us tomorrow.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:26 No.7503124
    Tell Tabby to go home and rest, we leave tomorrow at the crack of noon!
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)05:32 No.7503146
    Don't forget to tell her to tell her dad about her plan to join us.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)05:32 No.7503148
    Damn the servers...
    Enough is enough! You've slept on the cold hard ground... or in carts, for weeks! You are going to the inn! Luckily for you, it seems to only be 5 copper for a night. 9 if you want a warm bath thrown it... you opt for the bath.
    As you soak in the tub, GODS IT FEELS GREAT, you begin making plans. Tomorrow you talk to Miranda. She'll know the lay of the land. You might even be able to talk her into coming with you. She'll keep just about anything off your back it looks like.

    You wake up far too soon for your liking. This bed isn't a feather mattress, but it feels like heaven compared to what you've been sleeping on. Judging by the light streaming in from your window, its about 10 in the morning. You hear animal noises from outside, and you suspect you are the last one to be sleeping in the village. You have 13 Silver and 5 copper, and your stomach is grumbling.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:36 No.7503183
    Isn't the major server haul supposed to be DONE and the site FASTER now?
    FOOD! eating! The theater! First food, then check on Tabby, then talk to Miranda!
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:38 No.7503200

    Thank the innkeeper for a wonderful room and a refreshing bed for the night. Make a stop at the tavern for a breakfast and see how the barkeeper and lady thought of our show. Make a stop at Tabby's shop and see if she still wants to go with us. If she has a club or something with her to defend herself while on the road that will do. Also see if she's gonna bring along any of the travel supplies we were eyeing last night.

    Finally, talk to Miranda for the lay of the land ahead of us as we head to one of the next town's or villages, maybe even ask if she's willing to accompany us as like a guide of the area.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)05:39 No.7503208
    Check Tabby, then Miranda, and then grab something to eat!
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:40 No.7503212
    wait? were a charismatic traveling bard why spend money when we can rely on the kindness of others.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:44 No.7503242
    Because it garners reputation of being reasonable and generous when the town's been generous.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)05:47 No.7503262
    Right, first things first. Food. You've been half starving for the last week, it's time to regain your girlish figure. You thank the Innkeeper and he laughs. "T'was just a normal room miss. But if you like it that much, you can do me the favor of advertisin' for me in the surrounding town. There's about five of 'em, about the same size as us. You pass through and you tell them about us, you hear? We're a good stop for travelers, but we're so far out of tha way... Anyhow, you sung mighty pretty last night."
    Next, the Tavern! The Tavern-keeper's wife sees you first. "Oh love! Last night was grand, it was! Breakfast is on me!" Her husband grumbles at this, but is quickly silenced by a VERY stern glare. Breakfast is a heaping bowl of rich porridge and some honey-soaked bread, topped off with fresh milk. These people know how to treat an entertainer!
    Next on the list, Tabitha. You head over after a brief rest. a day ago you would never imagine being so FULL!
    Strangely, Tabby is not behind the counter. Instead there is an older man, who stares at you. A low growl from the back of his throat preludes his speech. "You. I knew you'd come. How DARE you, eh? HOW DARE YOU! Givin' my sweet little girl delusions of grandeur! I'LL HAVE NONE OF IT!" Well now you know where Tabby got her size from...
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:50 No.7503284

    Try and calm the man down, saying that she came to us with this idea first. If he doesn't want her to come with us, ask why.

    Though I think we might've just lost a store for us to get more traveling supplies...
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:55 No.7503296
    >Breakfast is a heaping bowl of rich porridge and some honey-soaked bread, topped off with fresh milk

    Did this make anyone else really hungry?
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:55 No.7503304
    and whats wrong with dream'n of grander things, a single person can change a nation, a single voice can become a chorus. Why hold back someone from there potential?
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)05:56 No.7503314
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    Next stop: Strangle Emo fighters.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)06:00 No.7503335
    You try to calm the man down, and ask him what's wrong with traveling and seeing the world and-
    "ENOUGH!" He slams his hands down on hos counter and... cracks it. That's an inch thick of oak and he just cracked it. "She will say here were is is SAFE! Now leave my store before I-" "PAPA!" Tabby steps in from the back room. "I hear you shouting and I thought something was wrong, and instead I find you yelling at my new friend? I'm not a little girl anymore papa!"
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:06 No.7503365
    Holy shit, we will need ALL out charisma for this!
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)06:06 No.7503369
    Look nervously, ready Elizabeth in case the discussion got heated. Prepare some soothing song to play when things gets more fiery.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:06 No.7503371

    ... An inch thick piece of oak and he cracked it...

    ... Eep. I say we become the fly on the wall and just have the two argue back and forth a bit. If he makes a threatening move towards us we beat it out of the store and up to Miranda as fast as we can and hope that the dude doesn't catch up to us.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:06 No.7503374
    I wouldn't lie and say the worlds a safe place there is danger, but then again there is danger everywhere the difference is whether you run from it or face it head on.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:08 No.7503398
    I'm not trying to insult you or steal your daughter, she asked to travel with me under the pretense that she would gain your approval first. If I've offended you, I'm sorry. If you don't want her to come with me, I won't push the subject. It is my personal belief that people should feel free to follow their own instinct, but I've no say here. Family matters should stay between family members.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)06:25 No.7503470
    bump for great justice, also OP are you still disconnected from the server cracks?
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)06:27 No.7503478
    SERVERS! I had to re-write this post!
    You decide that maybe silence would be the best police for now. Your mother would be shocked.
    The two get very loud and angry. The citizens of the town take only enough interest to looks up, and then go back to what it was they were doing. A Watchman pokes his head into the store and shrugs, going on his way.
    "PAPA I AM NOT A LITTLE GIRL ANYMORE! I'm an adult and I can make my own decisions! And I've decided to go traveling and see the world! You can either help me, or I leave anyway! What if Momma was around to see you like this?"
    The giant of a man sighs and hugs his daughter close. "You... Your right Tabitha. I just want you to be safe! I... Alright." he leaves the room for a moment and returns with a large wooden crate. He opens it to reveal... The largest axe you have ever seen. "This was my Papa's, and my Grandpapa's. She'll serve ya well if you treat her right." He hands the axe to Tabby and turns to you. "And YOU! You had BETTER bring my daughter back rich and famous AND IN ONE PIECE! Or I'll hunt ya to the ends of the earth!"
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:30 No.7503493
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:36 No.7503520
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:36 No.7503522

    Agree that we'll take care of her daughter and make sure no harm comes to her.

    Now I think we'll attempt to buy some stuff. With any luck we'll get a "owner's discount" because his daughter is coming along with us. At the very least we should get:

    - Some rope
    - Flint and steel
    - Waterskin
    - Trail rations (approx. 5 days' worth for both her and us)
    - Sleeping pad
    - Traveller's cloak (help protect us from the wind and rain)

    And if the girl doesn't come with any supplies of her own other than the axe, she'll need to buy:

    - Backpack
    - Waterskin
    - Traveller's cloak
    - sleeping pad

    We should also look into getting her some armor as well. The blacksmith I know had some chainmail, though I don't know if we can afford it.

    And, for the purposes of the quest crunch, I am going to assume she is a DnD fighter (you mentioned she can read and write so that automaticlaly means she isn't a Barbarian and I don't know of any other base classes that use an axe other than a Paladin, and Miranda is a Paladin of Pelor).
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:37 No.7503530

    oh god, i'm in a lesbian relationship and didn't even plan for this :(
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:38 No.7503540
    Is Musclegirl lesbianism a popular fetish, because I think I have it now.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:42 No.7503561
    Wait, we haven't gotten into any sexual mess yet. Flirting isn't the same as sex.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)06:43 No.7503569
    D'awww. I might just draw Ivanova and Tabby on their way, this thread is pure win.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:45 No.7503580

    Right now Tabby is just a travelling companion. The person that had feelings for us was the blacksmith's apprentice.

    After supplies are bought head up to Miranda for her knowledge of the surrounding area, the closet towns (and how many days travel from here to them) and what businesses and points of interest are in those towns.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)06:46 No.7503582
    You are VERY respectful and VERY polite. You assure him that you won;t be going on any dangerous roads, and you're actually planning on getting information about the surrounding area.
    Then you bring up the subject of supplies. "Aye... Can't have my little one going out with nothing... Tell you what. I'll give you some of the basics for free. Anything else you'll have to pay for." You receive 2 Packs of supplies! They each contain: A bedroll, flint and steel, two torches, ten days of trail rations (though they aren't very tasty) 50 feet of rope, an empty pouch,and a waterskin. Along with the pack to hold it all it.
    He is willing to sell you Traveler's cloaks for 4 silver each. These are thick, warm cloaks that have been waterproofed. He also suggests a tent, for only 8 Silver.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:47 No.7503592

    sell equipment? to his own fucking daughter? WhAT?!
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:49 No.7503608

    Dude needs to run a business and he did just give us like 10 silver's worth of goods for free. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:50 No.7503613
    A Business is a Business. He gave us enough to get by for free.
    Plus he doesn't even want his daughter to leave in the first place!
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:54 No.7503647
    Get the cloaks for sure. But... Well since you've been sleeping outside until now I'm assuming its spring or summer. I don't think we have enough for the tent.
    Lets see... Nope. After the cloaks we'll only have 5 Silver and 5 copper.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:56 No.7503665
    A few square yards of burlap might be less expensive than a tent, and can serve as one.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:57 No.7503673
    Wasn't there that knife we wanted for 3 Silver? There is NO WAY we can get ANY armor after that.
    Hell, I don't know if there's any armor we can get ANYWAY.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:57 No.7503675

    There was also the knife in the blacksmith's shop for 5 silver that we were able to haggle down to 3 silver. We already have a knife (hidden in our boot) but a second one can never hurt to have.

    The cloak's are fine with me and politely refuse the offer for a tent saying we don't have enough money left over after the cloaks to afford it. After that I suggest we head over to the blacksmith's for the knife and then to Miranda's for her information on the surrounding area.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)06:58 No.7503679
    Backing this.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:00 No.7503689

    The blacksmith's had some chainmail in it, but lord knows we can't afford it AND the knife. That's something we should discuss on the way there with Tabby.

    I assume that we have some basic leather armor and we're not walking around totally unprotected.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)07:07 No.7503745
    You polity refuse the tent, stating that you can;t afford it, and besides, its late spring and the weather is great anyway. The Shop-keep tells you that it will take him a little while to gather all the supplies together, and to come back in about an hour. So you decide to get that knife you were looking at yesterday.
    You've never needed any armor before, but Tabby tells you that SHE has some light leather armor she purchased at a fair last year... shes been planning on leaving for a while now. She then excuses herself to go get herself ready.

    You enter the blacksmith;s and the young Apprentice, you found out his name was Conrad, look sup and smiles. "Hello! I saw you last night, you were wonderful! I... I also hear that you're leaving today... That's really a shame. We could do with someone like you around here. I wish I could come, but Sampson needs me here. Are you here about the knife?" You also find out that the Chainmail vest would cost you 10 silver. Damn.
    Conrad looks around, then drops his voice to a whisper. "Say... would... would you take this?" In his hand is a small silver ring.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:11 No.7503777
    In this instance, it might be slightly rude, but wise to ask, politely why he is asking us to take the ring. It doesn't sound like a proposal, though. On the other hand, he's a talented silversmith if he made it himself. No reason we couldn't pass the word to some well off merchants.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:11 No.7503781
    Of course we'll marry you!
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:14 No.7503810

    ... Is he seriously trying to propose to us? After seeing us for only a handful of hours? God, we must have like 18 charisma or something like that cause damn, it's not often I've seen an NPC give us a ring outright at this level (I'm assuming we're level 1).

    In any case, ask why he's giving us the ring. If it is because he wants to marry us, politely refuse, saying that he should save it for someone he truly loves and not just some pretty stranger who walked into town one day.

    But if it is a gift (for us giving him some new wanking ideas) then blush, accept the ring and give him a quick kiss on the cheek as a thank you for the ring (and probably watch him cream his pants on the spot).

    After that, see if the deal on the knife is still good and if so, I suggest we buy it for the 3 silver.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)07:20 No.7503859
    You are a bit taken aback. When you ask if he is proposing to you, he becomes quite speechless for several minutes. "N-n-n-n-n-NO! Nothing... Nothing like that! No! No tot say I wouldn't WANT to marry you, because I do! No wait that came out wrong!" After a few minutes you are able to piece together that is IS just a gift, and that he DID make it himself. Although he says that SOMEDAY he'll be a famous and rich Smith, and THEN he'll ask you for your hand.
    You're flattered, and decide that a kiss is in order. And hey, you kiss him on the lips, no tongue. Why not?
    You get the knife, and you suspect that the only thing keeping you from getting the whole shop for free is the large man standing in the back, Sampson if your guess is right.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:24 No.7503893
    We already have a knife in our boot, but this one is bigger if I remember right. And of higher quality.
    Where do we put this one?
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:27 No.7503922

    Probably we should strap it to our side and have it hidden underneath the cloak so that while we're walking down the road we can appear unarmed.

    And did we get the knife for free or did we pay the 3 silver for it? Either way it doesn't matter. Thank both him and the man in back for the knife and a good day to them both. Leave and find Tabby before looking for Miranda.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:28 No.7503932
    I think we paid the 3. Sampson was right there after all.
    And Tabby said she needed to get read. I say we talk to Miranda first.
    And see if she'll come with.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:29 No.7503942

    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:33 No.7503978
    oh hush, he;s not even int he thread anymore.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:36 No.7504003
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:38 No.7504017
    Damn, I think they got tired of being persecuted from /k/ and tried their way in /tg/. Goddamn mudniggers, /tg/ is neutral ground.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:39 No.7504027
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    hahahahaha your gods are dead
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:40 No.7504037
    Don't think our Bard is a maenad.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:41 No.7504039
    > Goddamn mudniggers, /tg/ is neutral ground.

    get your racism out of my /tg/ you descendant of peasants and inbreds
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:44 No.7504066

    you kiss him on the lips? what? you're supposed to kiss him on the cheek, now you've got him thinking you want him. you nigger of a gm, i hope dogs bite you in the cock
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:45 No.7504070
    not where you harbour indonesian scum
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)07:45 No.7504079
    As you leave the shop, you fasten the knife and its sheath to you waist. It was awful nice of him to give you the sheath for free. You are now also wearing a ring on you finger.
    Right then, to Miranda! You find her where you did yesterday, at the construction site. You ask her for information about the surrounding lands. "Well, to be honest anything I tell you will be about two months old. That is when I got here. But... Let me see... Ah yes. Last I heard there were some Kobolds spotted to the east. Their chief was killed not too long ago, so I expect them not to give much trouble for a while, unless you go into their Lair. And about two weeks ago a Farmer claimed to have been stopped by Bandits to the north, about a day from here. But I expect you to be headed West, that's where Vimesholm and the other cities lie. You have about a week and a half's travel to get there, although you should get to a small settlement called Colinswealth in about 5 days. It has a wall around it, so its safer then anything else on the road."
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:49 No.7504115

    do shut up. the real enemy is singapore. the indons are too weak to harm us. now be quiet and let me enjoy this quest.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:49 No.7504117
    Go west then. We can't perform with Kobolds, unless they're cutebolds.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:49 No.7504120
    That seems a bit harsh! Besides, it was probably his first kiss. I'd rather he get it from us that from Susie McHUGE the pork farmers daughter.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:50 No.7504130
    I'm a bard. I'm on tour, not going monster-killing. Let's go to town.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:50 No.7504131
    Fucking malingshit, your kind is a plague on humanity.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:51 No.7504141
    >implying Malaysians aren't the most hated nationality on 4chan
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:52 No.7504154

    your hatred makes us STRONGER.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:52 No.7504156
    Fuck off.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:53 No.7504162

    And why would that be? Oh yeah you and the Indonesians are both fucking mudslimes.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)07:53 No.7504164
    Nice t'see ya here Malaysian Gentleman. I see that the other Malaysian brute is around too I see.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:54 No.7504170


    Even if they're not the same person, it may as well be.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:54 No.7504178
    indonesians are born to commit crime. i suggest malaysia to kick them all out, and shoot any boats of illegals coming in.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:55 No.7504184

    no anon,YOU are the samefag.
    and then you start an asian wars quest thread.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:55 No.7504188

    haha, indonesian only know how to express their dissapointed with their useless word. for your information, the culture, the music, the food and the island is almost same. we dont steal the indonesian heritage because to all people who learned history im sure they know how culture expand. they expand through a people who bring the heritage move to other country and introduce the heritage

    This is what happens if people become too nationalistic, they are too blind to not see their own shortcomings, they fail to make proper assessment of facts, and they overestimate themselves and ignore what others can do. They think the world is theirs and it's other people who has stolen it from them.

    All of Indonesias are actually 'maling' so thats why they answered your question. Stay away from 'maling'..they are all illegal Indon immigrants wanting to come to maling to steal.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)07:55 No.7504189
    You're a Bard, not a fighter. Go West young woman!
    Then you bring the conversation around to Miranda coming with you. She's traveled even more then you, and judging by her looks, she can fight. "Well now, if you asked me three months from now, I would be more then happy to. But I've promised my help with the Tower, and those Bandits won't drive themselves away. However... There IS something I CAN give you to help. Meet me at the Inn in about an hour."
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:56 No.7504193

    Thank Miranda for the information, meet up with Tabby and then head out west for Colinswealth. Along the way just keep an eye out for random bandits and kobolds. Make small talk with Tabby, tell her stories of our travels so far, etc.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:57 No.7504205

    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:57 No.7504208
    Meet with her in an hour. In the meantime, check up on Tabby. If you have time, play her a little tune. If she reacts well, give her the ring.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:57 No.7504209

    I dont still realizings why much much superiors larger well builts malays brohters of malaysia and indonesia are not drawings singayporeans into arms race?

    singayporeasn slaved race already sucking westrns cocks dry with theirs mouths, additionallied to spendings billions on military against indonesia malaysia would be futileds

    malaysia should draw singayporea into arms race, and bankrupts the gayity 'lah aiyoh can not lah' nationesd
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)07:58 No.7504213

    Well... Makes my suggestion in >>7504193 invalid. Meet up with Miranda at the Inn then with Tabby.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)07:58 No.7504214
    go back to /k/ with your MALAYSIA STRONG threads. At least you can have something to show off there. What do Malaysians have in their 'fantasy' setting anyways?
    You're just making your country look bad.
    I suggest we ignore this troll and go on.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:00 No.7504231

    Enjoy bombing churches along with your third world pals in Indonesia. SIgned, a Singapork.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:01 No.7504239
    This is your fucking fault, you namefag.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:01 No.7504241

    fine. i go meet her, but is there an audience? if so I play something for a half hour.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:01 No.7504244

    they think we are thieves.so? if we are thives, then they are liars! they dont have any evidences to say so and they dont have their right to say so! maybe they are jealous la! our country is more successful than theirs!
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:02 No.7504250
    Thanks for calling malaysian malingshit. Talking about stealing, maybe its about time for u to get your countrymen out of malaysia. They have been committing crimes, break into people's houses, cheating employers, mugging malaysians, murdering malaysian babies, entering my country illegally and work illegally. The list is endless.

    Malaysia provide job opportunities for indonesian. We welcome honest indonesian, but please understand how we feel about illegal indonesian in our country committing crime.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 01/09/10(Sat)08:02 No.7504255
    I can perfectly attest that the Malayfag started it. Now let's just play the game.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:04 No.7504266

    I can perfectly attest that there were no Malaysians when one particular fucker wasn't running around with "Indonesia" in his name.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:06 No.7504287

    I wonder(imagine) what if the singapore island being wipe out by tsunami.

    the extinction of the singaporean and its economy.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:06 No.7504290
    Sheesh, allright, I'll blend with the crowd. Let's see how the Malaysian brute lasts.
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)08:07 No.7504298
    You decide to make your final preparations before meeting with Miranda. You head back to the town to get Tabby. You find her in front of the Shop, giant axe on her back and wearing light leather armor. "Hiya! Are we ready to head out? I've already said goodbye to Papa. Mr. Johnsen said he'd give us a ride in his cart as far down the road as his place, which is about ten miles." You tell her that you'll be meeting with Miranda in the Inn soon.
    In the meantime the two of you get some lunch. Pork and potatoes stew this time. Once again you get food for free, curtsy of the Tavern-keeper's wife, much to his anger. You have 3 Silver and 5 Copper left.

    You meet with Miranda in the Inn. She goes to her room, and comes back with a small chest. "Turns out I can give you two things that will help you. First off, this map. It should be current, unless the roads changed int he last three months." It is a very detailed map of the entire country, every road and highway and most towns. "I can also give you this... It won't provide MUCH protection in a fight, but something is a lot better then nothing." Out of the chest she gives you a vest of Padded Leather. it might be a bit warm on the road, but like she said, something id better then nothing.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:09 No.7504312
    Kiss her firmly, then find Tabby and leave the town on cart. Play a song as you go.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:11 No.7504324

    *makes Zelda item acquirement noise* Sweet, actual armor now!

    Thank Miranda greatly for her aid and that hopefully our paths will cross again in the future. Head out to meet Mr. Johnsen and get a bit of a head start on our journey.

    This anon is going to bed now folks. Have fun with the quest and don't ruin this epic win with some stupid spamming stuff.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:12 No.7504331

    And let's put the armor on now as well. It won't be of much use for us left in our bags now would it?
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:12 No.7504334
    Let's go on the road then.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:13 No.7504341
    I WANT to second this... but... oh hell, SECOND!
    >> BARD QUEST 01/09/10(Sat)08:18 No.7504402
    Seriously you guys? Oh well, if I wasn't prepared for crazy I wouldn't be on 4chan...
    You put the armor on. Its a bit snug around the chest, but you'll get used to it. You thank Miranda deeply for the gifts, and kiss her lightly. She's a little surprised, but you leave before she can do anything.

    Climbing onto the back of the cart next to Tabby, you are on your way. You take Elisabeth out of her case and start to play a few tunes for practice. Its a bit tough on a bumpy cart, but you manage.

    Alright Folks. its just after 6AM here and its time for me to sleep. I'll do another tonight or the next day. See you then and I'm glad your having fun.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:21 No.7504421
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:21 No.7504422
    Night, and don;t let the trolls get you down. We're enjoying this.
    Also, in my personal Cannon Janis is now a Lesbian.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:23 No.7504434
    We at least partially control her. In EVERYONE'S cannon shes a Lesbian... or bisexual. We WERE flirting pretty hard with Conrad.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:25 No.7504451
    Don;t ever change /tg/
    Besides, ALL bards are sluts, regardless of gender.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:29 No.7504480
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    This thread.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:30 No.7504490
    No, no, just you.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:33 No.7504513
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    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:41 No.7504606
    I'll provide an accurate translation.
    >> Anonymous 01/09/10(Sat)08:49 No.7504692
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    >This is what happens if people become too nationalistic

    Nationalism - it's like hardcore Star Trek Klingon roleplaying. Even including the stabbing and slashing.

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